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Uploaded on Jul 5, 2009
I just found out that I have had Lyme disease for at least 3 years. I haven't even had a professional diagnosis yet, but I know, thanks to people out there like thane17 and CactusCuddler09 and everyone else who is sharing their experiences with the world to start an open grassroots movement. We won't stop until this problem is solved!
The bacterium is polymorphic and asexually reproductive... in order to stop it, I believe we will need to find a way to "freeze" the spirochetic organisms into the phase where they present a cell wall, by chemically preventing the bacterium from doing whatever it does as it moves into the other stages where it exists without cell walls... and then find a way to prevent it from backpedaling into any other stages... basically taking away its ability to morph. Polymorphism, from what I can tell, is the key to long-term pathogen survival, and we need to deny it whatever element it uses during its morphosis... without poisoning ourselves in the process.